to exit poverty for good

KKI exists to empower Indonesia's poor and vulnerables through 3-step approach

Impact Numbers

Total Branches
Total Members
Billion Loan Outstanding

SOCIAL IMPACTS

Our members are women who own micro business and earn USD1-5/ day. We are based in Cilincing, one of the poorest districts in Jakarta.
Progress Out of Poverty (2015)
  • Voluntary Savings

    79% saved voluntarily

  • Improvements in House Conditions

    25% saw improvements in housing conditions after 2 years

  • ASSET ACQUISITION

    25% acquired at least one new asset such as motorcycle, fridge, washing machine, or TV after 2 years

  • House ownership

    5% were able to own a house after 2 years

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Leadership Team

KKI Leadership Team consists of dedicated, young professionals who left private sector to serve the poor.
Leonardo Kamilius
Leonardo Kamilius
Founder, CEO
Pior to setting up KKI, Leon worked at McKinsey & Co as Business Analyst. After briefly volunteered during Padang earthquake, Leon quit McKinsey & Co as the calling inside him to serve others grew. Read more
Lucyana Siregar
Lucyana Siregar
Co-Founder, Chief of Operations
Lucy is KKI’s co-founder since 2011, when she had just graduated from Faculty of Economics, University of Indonesia. Prior to KKI, she had only worked for 6 months at Sinarmas Land, a major property group in the country. Read more
Sandra Restu Surya
Sandra Restu Surya
Chief of Development
Sandra graduated with a Bachelor degree in Economics from Singapore Management University. Prior to KKI, Sandra was one of the Directors and founding team of Nusantara Development Initiatives (chapterw.org), an award winning social enterprise that trains rural women to become solar light entrepreneurs. Read more

KKI was founded by Leonardo Kamilius in 2011, with Lucyana Siregar as co-founder. At 25, they had a strong calling to make significant positive impacts to help others in need. Leon and Lucy started by learning and adopting Grameen model, pioneered by Mohammad Yunus who won a Nobel Prize for developing microcredit. Read more.

Testimonials

People who have supported us in many ways, many years